Parish of St Johns' Te Awamutu

Te Pārihi Mihingare o Hoani Tapu

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Nau Mai, Haere Mai. 

A Community Living Growing Sharing​ the Gospel of Christ.

Welcome to St John's Te Awamutu. We are a Parish set in the historic area of Te Awamutu, in the Diocese of Waikato and Taranaki. Two of the oldest churches in the diocese are in our Parish. These beautiful sacred places are rich in history which we seek to share and help all to learn from. The stories of the people who built and worshipped throughout our parish leads us to be a people with a ministry of reconciliation, welcoming all, listening deeply to each other and guided by the Holy Spirit.

  Our Mission Statement

The Mission of the Parish of St. John is to serve God by working for the 

understanding and growth of God’s Kingdom. The growth of God’s Kingdom focuses on

  • Proclaiming the good news of God’s Kingdom.
  • Nurturing new disciples and helping Christians grow in faith.
  • Demonstrating care by serving others in need.
  • Transforming unjust structures of society
  • Caring for the earth and the integrity of creation

Service Sheets & Readings

Magazine

  Worship

Old St Johns, 

8 am every Sunday

4:30 pm Evensong

5th Sunday of the month

St Paul's

9 am 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month

St Saviour's

9:30 am every Sunday

St John's

10 am every Sunday

Changing to

10:30 am from 4th of October 2020

Programs


Youth & Children



Youth

Pre School

Children

Playgroup

  Message for the Week

This weeks Collect

All Saint's Day 1st November

Almighty God,

your saints are one with you

in the mystical body of Christ;

give us grace to follow them

in all virtue and holiness

until we come to those inexpressible joys

which you have prepared for those

who truly love you;

Through Jesus Christ our Liberator,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and forever. Amen.

Bookings

Baptisms

Weddings

Funerals

Hall Hire

Please contact the church office regarding books so we can make sure there is availability.